LAKEPORT, Calif. – A Kelseyville man was flown to a regional trauma center Wednesday night following a single-vehicle crash on Highway 175.
California Highway Patrol Officer Kory Reynolds said Steven Calogianes, 20, of Kelseyville, sustained injuries that required he be transported by air ambulance.
Also injured in the crash was Calogianes' passenger, David Steele, 20, also of Kelseyville, Reynolds said.
Reynolds said the crash occurred at approximately 11:14 p.m. Wednesday night on a stretch of Highway 175.
Calogianes was driving a 1995 Mitsubishi westbound at an unknown speed when, for unknown reasons, he allowed his vehicle to exit the roadway, where it hit a tree, Reynolds said.
Calogianes was airlifted by REACH to Santa Rosa Memorial Hospital with complaints of pain to his right ankle and stomach, according to Reynolds.
Steele was transported by private vehicle to Sutter Lakeside Hospital for complaint of pain to his right leg, Reynolds said.
Reynolds said Calogianes does not have a valid driver license.
The incident remains under investigation by CHP Officer Ryan Erickson, Reynolds said.